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A great amalgamation of fine-dining in a warm ambience and authentic Bengali food, this place with a stylish décor and a warm vibe, is a haven for lovers of Bengali food. The menu offers popular Bengali dishes, as well as, many with an innovative spin. The bar menu is equally varied. One must not miss the 'Fish Fry' here, which is quintessentially reminiscent of the flavours of Bengal. The 'Chingri Cutlet' also is an absolute treat. Vegetarians will revel in the subtle flavours of the creamy and tangy, 'Channa Aam Kasundi Paturi'. For mains, the 'Jhinge Aloo Posto', 'Bhaja Mooger Dal', 'Grand Trunk Chicken' and 'Gobindobhoger Bhaat', is the perfect meal a la home-style. Of course, 'Kosha Mangsho' and 'Luchi' is a combo, few carnivores can resist. The food is simple, the spices and ingredients authentic. It is the unpretentious and honest flavours, that make the food here stand out. Round off your sumptuous meal with 'Bengali Mishti' or sweets – 'Nolen Gurer Ince Cream', 'Payesh' or even 'Malpua'. The service staff is well-informed, warm and the service alert and efficient. Many of the curries come in 2 portion sizes.
Oh! Calcutta is Casual Dinning Restuarant Which Serves Authentic and Traditional Bengali and North Indian Cuisine along with Seafood, Luchi and Signature Drinks Oh! Calcutta as Many Outlets Across India and 3 Outlets Across Mumbai, I Visited Khar Outlet Which is Situated at Ground Floor, Ramee Guestline Hotel, Plot 757, Opposite Post Office, SV Road, Khar West. Fews Days Back! Got Notification That Oh! Calcutta is Coming With HILSA Festival, So Decided To Visit For Dinner With My Friends Who Loved Bengali Cuisine and Seafood. Following are list of HILSA Food Festival Menu Items Which We Had:- 1) Ilisher Fish Fingers: Crumb Fried Hilsa Strips Served With Mayo Mustard 2) Mochar Ilish:- Boneless Spiced Banana Flower and Hilda Cooked Together in Unique Combination 3) Bhapa Ilish:- Bhapa Ilish is Deboned fillet of hilsa wrapped in banana leaf with spicy mustard paste and steamed. 4) Kosha Mangsho:- Mutton Tender On Bone Simmered on slow fire with fired Onions, Yogurt, Cinnamon, Green Cardamom, Bay Leaves. 5) Chingri Malai Curry:- Prawns in silken gravy of coconut cream and pureed tomatoes. This was one of the best dishes of our meal. 6) Accompaniments:- Luchi and Steamed Rice was Our Accompaniments we had while having mains. Luchi is Bengal's Delicacy which is Puffy Hot White Flour Fried Bread. 7) Chaler Payesh:- Short Grain Fragrant Gobindobhog Rice Cooked in Sweet Condensed Milk with date palm jaggery Overall We Had Wonderful Experience of HILSA Festival at Oh! Calcutta. We Also Had Their Dishes From Normal Menu Also, We Liked That Also and At The End Payesh Was Best Part To End Our Meal On Happy Note
Went for dinner with wifey! Service was prompt and friendly. Ambience pretty okayish.. Food was decent - just above average but not outstanding..mutton dish was quite good (Koshar Mangto?) All in all.. ok place if you are feeling like eating Bengali.
I had visited this outlet of high end authentic Bengali restaurant located in Khar very close to Bandra Linking Road. The restaurant is spacious with plenty of seating options and overall ambiance is very nice. The menu includes authentic Bengali cuisine both vegetarian and non vegetarian including different types of fish items and yummy sweets and desserts. This place is expensive but quality of food is very good. Hilsa fish festival was going on at the time of my visit with different preparations of Hilsa. I had ordered steamed rice, moong dal, salmon fish fry and steamed Hilsa fish in mustard gravy. Food was good especially the Hilsa fish but bill was very high - total 1340 rupees with taxes.
I reserved a table for lunch at this place for my wife's birthday as she is from Calcutta. While making the reservation, the staff told me that they'd give us a complimentary brownie cake (with candle) and play a birthday song. On arriving at their premises, the usher at their entrance did not even bother to acknowledge our entry into his premises; he was so preoccupied. I had to call out for attention and tell him that we had a booking. The food was passable (according to my wife) and they managed to recreate Calcutta in the service aspect with their unhurried and "we don't give a damn" attitude. Needless to say, we didn't get the birthday cake or the song. I was so dying to get out of there that I didn't see any point in asking for it either. Stay away from this place
We ordered the regular helping of the mutton curry, and I was aghast to see the quality of the meat. The restaurant wasn't crowded when we went at 830 pm, so can't attribute it to rush. Two small pieces of so-called "Calcutta" Beckti cost Rs 800/- Well-cooked food though.
The more you talk about Bengali food, the more your drool. Such is the charm of this immensely popular regional cuisine. Bengalis are known for their deep love for seafood and sweets but their repertoire doesn’t end here. They further open up to reveal a cuisine so diverse and so mesmerizing that even the most finicky gourmets can’t help but fall in love with the food. Popularizing Bengali food in North India is a brand name that has become synonymous to said cuisine. ‘Oh! Calcutta’ introduces us to the glitz and galore of authentic Bengali cuisine. This popular chain of restaurants is spread across Mumbai and even finds a spot at Ramee Guestline Hotel, Opposite Post Office, SV Road, Khar West, Khar, Mumbai. Drop by with your families to enjoy the food for yourself.
The sight of Bengali families tucking into the food at Oh! Calcutta is the biggest approval one can get. Fragrance of mustard induced dishes lingers in the air as one enters the dining room of this popular restaurant. While there is a wonderful display of wines and all kinds of booze, we suggest you take the non-alcoholic road with Bengali-inspired beverages. If you must have booze then settle for a Bengali-inspired house cocktail. Open the meal with an array of starters like, char-grilled lemon mustard pomfret, kakra chingri bhapa, channa aam kashundi paturi, nizami murgh malai tikka, topsher cutlet, mochar chop and fish fry dusted with Gobindobhog rice flour. Entrees section takes you towards, jhinge aloo posto, pabda tomatoer jhol, Khulna chingri curry, kosha mangsho, kancha lonka murgi, bhapa ilish and rajbarir channar kofta.
Luchi or Gobindobhog bhaat are ideal to mop up the curries. Feast on quintessential Bengali desserts at Oh! Calcutta and give this magnificent Bengali meal a rightful finish. Rosogolla, bhapa sondesh, malpua, payesh, mishti doi and Nolen Gurer ice cream are great choices to explore. Service is prompt and efficient. Soothing white walls sets the tone immediately. Décor is kept classy and modern. The timeless finish given to the interiors makes a lasting impression on patrons and rest is taken care of with lip-smacking food. Walls are mounted with black and white photographs of Kolkata city, accentuating the Bengali theme. Oh! Calcutta delivers good authentic Bengali food, for which they charge hefty. The restaurant is perpetually packed. Call in advance to book.